The video is meant to promote the AHA’s “No Animals Were Harmed” certification, which “protects the safety and welfare of more than 100,000 animals on more than 2,000 productions each year with a 99.98% safety rate.” More importantly, it’s an efficient way to watch the only parts of any movies you needed to see this year: the parts featuring dogs and tigers.
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